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. THE OREGON'. SUNDAY JOURNAL; PORTLAND; SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1807.
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HOLD m m UUI
MAW Y CARS WATERWAYS
Thousands of Tons of Coal
Delayed : in .Transmission
on Lines in j Idaho RailT
road . Commission- - Makes
Investigation! ? X
John A. Fox.'at Astoria' Pic
tures a jjand Redeemed by
Its Water now Boat
Lines 3Iurder Hallway
Extortion. , -
Fuel Famine Jlay ve ATenea
If Corporations Will Act
," Promptly Eeport For
Jwarded -3 Washington
u and Northern Pacific ,
i Bperiat Wtpatck e TM Joersst)
. Helena, Bept. it. At the result of an
Investigation of condition- at Laurel
. niiiinn tea tvn nolnta on the
Northern paeiflo'' where practically all
toe coal shipment reach th mat Una,
It Has bean found by tb atat board of
railroad eommlslsoner tbat tbr la a
tin. ' Tb matter la
belna- takan up with both tb railroad
official and th intrtata com mere
commission. Th northern Wyoming
shipment aU com to Billing over the
The coimnlaBlok aent It rat clerk "to
& . t Waa hautrn4 -all fthlDs
mention m yards at thoa Polt for
two montb. tiim rcporv, ju
YfO. Iliuw gj lit "viu vww -r--
ther inc July. Not a few complaint
had been mad to th commission that
th railroad was discriminating tn favor
of coal originating at competing point.
. and thla charge baa been born out, to
aa extent ai leaau - -
- van ulMl Can Said VP.
" "Th report of th clerk .shows that
norne coal ahipmenta hay been In the
j Tula m(m B 1 no A
August, and other since the erly part
of BeptemDer. u wpwniw -
. rc. ...i..,,. . waaihnund frets-tit
ih, Riiiinns yards. Of thla . there
were 210 esra of coal blUed to Montana
pelnt. whU for Oregon, Washington
ltianv toa -.iw T i .. j
"ThVreprt showed that all of the coU
111 BlUlngs originated at Alger. Mon
irch and Cody, Wyoming. ..Th "I)0r
comment on thla Tact aa ,llow".
i i"in.r affnrte do not em to hav
: been mad to get thla class ofi freight
forward with th degree of promptness
1 At Xnrel. tOO Oam
-in ine iurA . i
found 1 carloada of commercial r-i
end III eariosus uciuu..i ."V""- 'Ti.
tM 1 1.. fnrn.
roaa oompvuij. . - ... -- - .
wr consigned to Montana polnta and
?A copy of thla report tiaa bn for-
pacific official -with ft hopo oj ttin
7 , . A.iw,,AMAM mil tiafore cold
weather et in. Thetnember of tb
board ar disposed to believe that with
a fuel famine may be averted: thla wln-
4 1 (Continued from Paga One.)
TRUSTS JOT TO
' (Continued froaa Fag On.)
(Special rnasatck The lenrstl.) '
aatarta. nr.. Rant. lL0.t tb maSI
Meeting held last enlng at th Cham
ber of Commerce building an Immense
m a was present to hear aa ad dree by
John A. Fos, apclai director of th riv
ers and harbors congress. Me aaia were
waa Just one way to reguiat in r"
Marta aaenra lower freiaht rate and
prevent car shortage and freight con
gestions, and that wa or in rap
ment of the great natural waterway In
all parte of th country. ' '
MrT fox ha road a tudy of the
transportation question and aroused the
antbuslasm of his Urge audience.
In the openlna of his address Mr. rox
gave a brief 'description or tne origin
OZ Ul river ana uaivu.a ,."m :
Its objects, which, he said, were to
arouss th American popl t uch a
. . . . . . . MnuM h. hMIUflll
upon eongresa to contlnu th river and
and iipon a- dnlte plan until the work
had been completed. He ald th con
gress had a email beglnn ng but "had
" all 1 1 sb matn rMk
DOW frown in wnn ,
ship ombracod wprwwtaUv; peopU and
OomnierciaA vrsafcw"" -
cltr of not In th union.
. The next session of the congress will
be held at Washington, D. C- next .De
cember, and not less than .000 dele
gate from ail parts of th country ere
v Xalf BllUom lor -Braawrwaya.
w. ami and what w are
..i ha -Is
a M AB aBVtiirWBVVI. tO
be expended within It yaara at tho rata
of IfioTooo.ooo or W.000,000 PWTS
mllea of available waterwavB If prop-
prove a giat factor In developing the
commercial Importance of the respective
aisiricu out wm
purtant quesiionB oi railway mui.uM,
rate reaucnon. car iun, --"
gestton jf freights, aa no other thing
" Am AUnrlar lrosTioi.
. . .v. K t Vi f tilorkB
' Anuria wau.-, - -
.v.. .n-.nM a hla vrut natural high-
way. the Columbia river, removed t
once. The way to get it ia xo
with ua in the great moTemani we
undertaking. With the channel ".cross
th bar deepened, aa It can b. with
MFitlah Columbia line and - with th
"It id th tendency of tha mf to
eomblno. Thla tndncy will bo
corns Tn more marked tlm
passes. The Industrial combination
has become a fixed feature of our
economic scheme. It baa com to
be recognized that business on a
successful scale can only be carried
on and toe interests oi every one
conserved by means of combination.
Only through combination and co
operation can an ereo' balance be
- 'TK.p, ,m fca Ttn fnrnfna riaCa.
Wa cannot return to the postcbalse
m . - Tmrvif . h '
ana lavern uajs. , nmn vu: id,
were regrettably injured by the corn
ins of the railroads, thousands vere
benefited. ' And so in all other lines.
The fair level of the prosperity from
which trade combination assures is
much to be preferred to a snort
period of great prosperity followed
h a mark-ad' nerlnd of denreaalon.
which was the way la the old days,
"It peine so, then, mat our eco
nomic security . and progress rest
upon the basis ' of combination, it
seems to me that the time is com
ing la here, in fact when the
nrnhiama which confront lis will be
discussed with fairness and Intelli
gence, ana seiiiea not on to
of a temporary agitation, but in the
spirit and manner oi lair-mmaea
Americans without rancor or bias.
. Natural Men Are Honest. :
rvinfManna la all that la needed
confidence on both sides; what I
call faith la humanity, beuei in nu-
man nature and in tne natural in
clination :ot. every normal man to
be honest. V
r haiiAT that the lawa are suf
ficient at the present time to Insure
the conduct or corporations on an
khanlntalv tinnaaf. hastS. and I beUOVO
also that most corporations are ad
ministered nonesuy. jnisiaiea ar
made, of course-, but that cannot be
'But if more lawe are needed, let
them be such as are dictated by
ertnsl axnarlence and enacted by
the legislative power aiming at the
best Interests oi am epecincauy. i
Kallawa In Tllhlllt - No honAat COr-
poration has any secrets as regards
its management to conceal irem m
public ; The people hare a right to
it,! faa , Tn tha worklngmen I
would say that his best Interests lie
in accepting the conditions wmcn
i. . ,knn tliwiitvh a natnrBl
process of economic jtolattenv-ilealH-
Till ---e .V ; - - -; ' - c ; ---w-. irrrts; -. -u .
British ; Ctf umbla lln and wlththe Z'rZ tr, tlma
'W maa TiaTigauiw i - - - -
trim,1 tAeoordlnir to tho torr-told by
W. R. Kemp, proprwur TJT
vtiM. rnvintrton mppoarad - ry -tired
' a a wim M warM1ft1 IA Usiei
J1Q eV-HROU SUS. m aw - IlI.a-LTa
UUI B W J I . .
XjooMd Ttoe and Thl.
' . i t ka waa Cert
a r . ik, niaa durlna Thurs-
dayafternoon and asked for a room In
which to take a nap." aald Kemp last
, without undressing. After having alepl
tor some time be lert in nous iai
a - aa, aa A w kftll avVl h fl fl
left for good. Thinking that b had
alept aa much aa he wished I wa sur
prised therefor when be cam back In
lh evening and ld he would etay
thara rfurlna the nlnht. He went to hU
room and that la the leJit I eaw of blm
a h apparently left early Friday morn
'During th arly part of Friday
morning two deUctlve .front Seattle
oame to the house and aaked If a man
i .w. , 4.nn Af Ik, at-an-
SWSwenna; Vila uwiiuMvu v. .
ar bad been there. I told them he had
and related the circumstances where
upon the two ofrioere expressed great
' - . -. i . V. - lh. man waa CTOV-
resrei, pwuui w.a. --
Ins ton and that they had baen Just
1 i, - hmir, hahlnit Mm on aev-
rai occaslona" . . .
ir.n. ai.taa that ha waa told Of other
:. Natalia relatlnc to the oae but waa
not at liberty to diecloe them He
tated. however, that th two deteo-
. ,i - V fAllAl tha man about
own. from . lodaing house to lodging
. ..,r1. n Mwa h.fAM Iran.
' HwUa 1 ' wvur.w v. 7 - "
a . . . Tt I. hAIIU
4 tTnaries eoniwn, me partner "i
agton, la supposed to l In Portland
at this tlm. tn biding with friends
la South Portland. Offlcera Howelt,
Johnson end Porter have been on Burt
. ' leon's trail for aaveral daya and h
Tin neen Been on ne sireeis oi ma
city ny men wno anow nun. iirai
but later discovered evidence which
convinced tnem na ne muraomr waa
- maIIv in ih, eitv and rialne kent In
' Mrllng by frienda or relatives. Th
fifficer have been looking for him sine
" .From this story.lt seems evident tbst
' the twl ' men have been together In
: Portland for the greater part of th
ween ana nave oeen ama iu eiua me
crrirers or seeping cominuaiiy on ui
. snov. ' -
, . XV ft Bloody abnkTelilf.
' A handkerchief was left by Covington
tn hi room at th Devla when he left
' the pise. It ws torn and seemed to be
covered with blood,- looking aa thoagb
It had been torn In a struirgle ef some
kind. This bit of avidenc waa takan
.-' by th detective.
A mu. rJt In -n. RMilta AliMlnha : ttta
' folic of that city ar very confident I
- ' that th two men took paassg from So- '
...i. - . i. . u i . .
1 a liw on w mm, vibkv .itm iva mar-
- - tin, a oarKerRSrC"lhe polio Information
tndny that he saw Burllon on a atage
' between Florenc and ugen four days
'- aim lie talked -with Hurllson st the
' eellng house on the road, so Martin
aistea. Tb tnan Beemed sullen nd mo
roae and constantly watched the door
while eating hi meal. Th Heattl po
. lice hvw wlrel the police at Florenc
nd- Kugvn to watch for Hurllson,
' Ihonrh they t not believe that he la
' In that vl'lnlty at thla time. It Is be-.-
lug poeltlvely aertd by men who ssy
- they know fturllaoA thst he he been
een n Perilnni during th pest few
- flavs, thnush he haa now apparently
g -iia Into hiding.
T.'atchea cleaned, . tS Wash. St
that the bulwark of his prosperity
is tne wisely ana bubwuj au min
istered corporation, which 1 here to
'On Tlvmlv am T eoBTtneed Of this
that I look to see the day when the
worklngmen generally, as Standard
OH employes have done and grown
-int. tha-ahv will In vaat their sav
ings in the securities of the Indus
trial combinations as they now de
posit them in the savings nans.,
- "finally, with honest admiration
assured on the one band and con-
aAnia Tharahv rnmnellAd on the
other, let those who are charged
with tne management oi tne cor
porations be held to a strict personal
aMTlflBI. hint for their acta and there
will be an ena to distressing m-
dustrlal strue, ;. " -.r
Haa Faith In America,
T ..M n wnn In Wane t TDir
ago that my faith In my country is
tn Ininlrs a. hnlldf In
unlmaglned ; glories for her in the
future. I haven t cnangea my mma
and I am perfectly willing to take
mw ehanma with mv fellow country
men and go down wun colors nymg
if unlooked-ior aiaaster aoes cuui.
rnmna- at a tlm whan the United
States government has the Standard
Oil company ny tne inroat, witu
atvanea ordered acainat
soveral other giant corporations, the
significance oi tne worn wiu uui
" . . . i a fa.
Mr. Kocaeieuer spoae witu ua
a ....Mtnui Wa were on
ITUfllCU " v." w . - -
the golf links on his Cleveland es
ami ha frAnnant.lv tabbed his
club into the earth to force home
his utterances. He appealed to ur.
tp.fnn and nr. Jndaon to bear him
out and the discussion as to the fu
ture of the Industrial corporations
became general, with a practically
unanimous agreement on the mala
points Of Mr, Kocaeieiiers nrgu'
mcuu . . .- " - .
Datniariv with reference to the
good that ie to come out of the great
Industrial corporations, w
eraatnr of the greatest of them all
amnhattn Soim surorlse was ex
pressed at the doctrine that the trust
will take the place of the. savings
banks as the depository, oi im aav
tags of the poor,
' rian Is Safe.
I.,- 'wiif ha Insisted. ' "The
corporations can afford a fair rate
. . a at a -111 afjiaaaaaaa sk
of Interest; ana it you wm wv
.l raannnslhtlltV tlDOn thOSS
who manage the corporations, per
fect safety win oe-asaur-u.
Note that he laid Btre)i upon the
..i.t ni "nnrsnnal resdonslblllty."
vy taa w v . . gr - ... - .
This Is an extremity to which the
laws a-overnlng' corporations nave
not yet gone. But It was In no
.n.a orittfistns' hi associates in the
I WCUDV V. . .V.V. ..-9 .
t management of corporations mat ne
spoke, for ne instantly reasserted oib
haiiaf that corporations are now
"Why should they not be man
aged honestly," asked Mr. Rocke
toiiaa - "Whn la therw tn thla coun-
aim ah mi M ha mora desirous of
- . a, a m,in a a A - - imrtni enrnnrationB manaeea con
MAlUKflL ly tb an myself T The newspapers
7a. J 7 ; . . credit me with baring money to in-
No matter how long It has beery. TMt aU th6 tlma and i can only ln-
prav or faded. Promotes a luxur- vast that money in the securities of
lont mwurh nf ha.illhv hair. StODS rianka. railroads and the like. It
t.. .,ii. . t. x . i... rniinwe that t have a direct Dersonal
i lauina out, anu usitivciy i c- .- --- - . i.H,in
n-,-a rtAr. ff Vrs. hair .rtfti Interest in haying, such Institutions
IIIVTv. Wilt r-- B-wia,
waters, Astoria will be the outlet for
mt prouuti, wi - ' . . - .
by 4,000 mllea of navigable .waterways.
: OOBtreas mot aieotaonai.
wcr-v.tr .AnMaa la not worklna for
.1 .rIi.- -I,- n. Inoatlnn. It la
laboring In tb interest of th ntlr
"Few people who have not given th
question of water "transportation espe
cial attention realise what the Improve
ment t our natural waterways will
mean to th country. As an Instance of
this, the government has xpended
n.juu-uuv via . i wi
locks and dams In the MonongaheTa
river Detween nutpuri ehv jnurgau
town, a distance of 47 miles. The rsta
charged by rallroade on -coal for that
i . ... - , a nAn.B n Inn Kilt hv
th Improvement of the river the rate
has been reduced to 4 cent per ton, ef
fecting a savin - cthw w. Vm
an aggregate of t,00,000 tons whloh
wer transporUii along that river laat
yaf. . ' " i
.- Aa raoempreaensiDie Touage, . . .
irti-. i w .. . t.,nu,l in tha
TJnltad Btatea Uat yar wai 187,000,000,-
vvv wnu, a am mrvimmw vmi
tha railroads Is Lis muia pr con -per
mlla, whUo tha avarajra oharga for
.airv An Ka ImnmvMl Inland Wtttr
waya la i mill par ton per mlla.' Now
wa nave ihtj -
that .ra Mnnhlt nf belTisT ImoroTed to a
j w adSA . . Ts, Mialra that lrl
provement will cost bdUt $500.0uO;Ot0.'J
piOW 11 UJ vat3lluiiiB ium .a,-u,..v
of dollars we can reduo th freight
rates only 1 mill per mil per toa nd
. 1 1 . 1. AWn Ian.. An tha
ill U ft 1 II 0 IIVUI ' fcMW W.M.U " " -(onongabela
river the reduction would
D mucn greater man laav, .
feet a saving of 1117.000,000 to th
American people In freight rata vry
aaumi a-wrer aw,,w
"The Impression appear to prevail
that th railways ar opposing, this
movement for river and rfarbor work,
but that Is not so. Tha traffic managera
of th big railway lines ar among the
moet enthUBlaatlo worker for tt.- They
a.allaa l at A tka. I We IMVtlia BW1 AVt r.f t Kgk VTal
terwaya encouragea the.ealAbllahment of
new iinea OI n.erpriii in. mm an
creaaes t ran porta t ion lines. It ts well
1 U - Bka llnaa eaVIn- s-kalB 11t nlVa
inUWn llfw VIIBB I1IIV nsiSbS BV-w.a.v. -
1 (Table streams pay the best dividends.
Another reaaon Is the business of the
country has outgrown the railways.'
Mr. Fox left for Pu cat sound p6rts
-Mew Brick Block at Dayton.
rtt,i.l rn.n-.-a ta Taa Jaaraal.t ' .
Dayton, Or- Sept. St. Anderson
Brothers have commenced th erection
of a 112.000 two-story brick building.
76x75. Ther will be three fin store
room belnw and a large halt and offices
above. Th building 1 being erected
on tb lot where th fir occurred
year ago. -
Dayton Pupils Win Piano.
WV a a U.n llawt nn !
Uny VI 'Ua a-rr.. ocy. e. t-ayiwii vow i itai
off first honors at the county fair, held
St McMlnnvllle this week in the school
exniolt aeparrnieni. inrreny winninn mi
rine piano oizert-a oy in m-ty xrvjii-ra
S7.itiiBaa nnmrilnw . TVi ( aiohnnl WsLat
awarded It other prises. The exhibits
Never Falls to
RESTORE CKAY HAIR ;
HOT AIR. GUARANTEE
J..1r Ar'rx Afi'Jl
..This is-the talk'yb.u hear from the sales- ' U rlJTStekfcS)
. . tVia a4vartieino vmi rear! In the nevrta t"Ti-rPw-i,,-T'TJT'-wt- i i t r
'UiVUUlUIV IIVM.'5 v. .
oaoers telline you that thrs, that,' or the 1 f
' other range is the best, and the only one ' v V,
n ..u i : r- tK.t r,'H Jrferss
yOU inQUlO DUT, Wl uic vm vu m
bake, etc '( ." , '
Any range that you can buy will glva
you rood Service for at least a year. , Many
of them, with ordinary care, work well for y
f f t...a MA .AltlM lf,1
a mucn longer time, uui hvj vw uwn
dares to make such an offer as . we make
because no other range is worth $30.00 after
, three years of use."
THE CASH GUAlUwNTEtt
O. This is theoffer we make to anybody who
has a MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE '
now, or who purchaiei one la the future,"' '
Te Will Give Yon Thirty
Dollars for H -; .
Eren if yon hare vsed It for tS years."- , '
v r If yoa think for a rhoment that this guarantee '
Is made for advertising purposes only, Just try us.
This "guarantee can be given by as because
the!ONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE is eo
constructed as to atand the test of time and
:''tirtri'"'' when wo' give yoo $30.09 for 'one we can sellft
' MWa. 4. v '- " . eio-ht awav for more mcner. - .,
years oi use. - . .. fl mm "-' " . . . -
Pay $ 1 Per Week $57 tOr $ 125 Pay gl Per Week
rnnn-f!,nw.. frnmrn- "Ve
Our office desk buiiness does not y-takes too much space-foo much capital to carrjr the stock-eale. too few. VVe canjise the
i . . . i.:ji.- k.m., ...ni.,. Therefor we ar trvinsr to ditoose of all our desks. We wantu
same money ana. space tor otuer bjwiuuhi w m.w,-.v.. - -- -
. . i t.- Tt.. .!a la 1 m;al nl lw the rrvt. ; i -' . 1 . , ! r , -..;.'
to get our moner back.; The price Is limited only by the cost
No. 15--Ah Desk,' 30x48 Inches drawers on one aide;-regular :.
price $16.00, for
Noi 0343 Solid oak, polished 'Desk, 30x48 inches, two sets of
drawers: regular nrice $25.00. for ;...,.........?'
No. 0343 Polished oak, flat top Desk, top 30x55 inches, A'lS
drawers, one large center drawer; regularp $30, tor.. fis.TO.
No. 10-Ash flat top Desk, quartered Sawed oak finish, top 36x50
'.' inches; regular price $21.00, for .i...
uNo: 0315 Flat top Desk, quartered sawed oak, lop 32x55 inches: c
. regular price $36.50, ipr , . ' T. '
.' No. 2 Solid oak roll top Desks, 30x30 inches; one tier of drawers! i
. :. regular price. $25.00, for f ,.i......i.i.........ii..f ,
' No. 98 Roll top,' solid oak, 30x36 inches, one tier of dw" wj
large center drawer; regular price $27.50, for i.,f2X.O0 ?
No. 138 Oak roll top Desk, 30x38 inches; regular Pce $27.50,
. for ....... . ' w.wO
No. 343 Polished oak, roll top, 27x55. two tiers f drawers, one
large center drgwer; regular price $35.00, for f29.Tl
' No.' 343 Polished oakv'toll Up. 60 inches long,' two tiers of drSw.
T ers, one large center drawer; regular price $39.00, or....f
No. 341 Rubbed golden oak, quartered top, 50x2? inCBJafSnjlI ;
price $39.00, for ,v,.;.,.....if,.rft'.'..'T'.'.
No.. 315 Golden rubbed oak, , bankers roll quartered top. eight
; pigeon hole cases, card index, etc. 50x32 inches; regular price
$45.00i now ... i , ...S4.75
Na 501 Quartered polished oak roll top; a high-grade Desk, .fitted
with pigeon Jholes, paneled sides and back; $55 value for. f39.8Q
- Typewriter Desks;
' No. 7li-Flat top,Vn-le pedeitat, polished oik, f out drawers'
$29.00 value, for ... fsa.00
No. 713 Flat top,; 30x36 inches, ', quartered polished oak, single
pedeital, paneled back; $34.00 ralue, now f ST.60 ,
No. 712 Oak roll top, single. pedestal, size 26x36; regular $39.00
; ralue, for . '. , . . . 28.50
No. 714 Oak roll top typewriter Desk, quartered sawed writing
" ' bed, double pedestal; $45.00 ralue, for .,............,..f34.50
No. 0160 Goldeq polished quartered oak flat top pedestal: $55.00 -ralue,
for ,......,..... .,,39.00
V ' EVERY DESK IN THE STORE GREATLY REDUCED.
'. i. r.' v
11 ill 11 si a . 1 1
and glossy. Refuse all substitutes.
IS NOT A DYE.
j-. llillo Hey Hp. Co. Kewa-k, N. 1, -
50c. and $1 bottles, at druggists.
",. Put Trust In Men.. ..
"How about this task of Insuring
such an honest administration of
corporations," he was asked.- -
By trusting men," wa th prompt
reply. " I shnuld say that that waa the
wisest, faireat way; U tnaure proper
conduct of any business. Man la not
naturally prone to evlldolna;. I have a
natural faith fn human nature and al
ways have had. It waa the foundation
of what Bueceas I hav had. - I had
faith in' men and I tried to Insplrs the
same faith In myself. It serves no food
purpose to-attack men's characters and
their motives to call them thieve and
pickpocket. Truat them; If they prove
faithful and they will In the main
well and food. If they don't, get others.
But only let them Be 1 that they ara
trusted and th general result are
bound to b good."
ST SUerraBlaaUom f Ktaadard.
At th offstart he put at rest thos
eommon rumors as to a reorganisation
of the Standard Oil company.
"All that I know about that," ha aald,
"ta what I hav read In the newspapers.
I think I would b informed If any
thins; of tb kind war contemplated, -
"As a matter of fact," Mr. Rockefeller
said, "th Standard Oil company baa
been ' undergoing; reorganisation ever
since tta foundation.
"Why, then," said he. "of th SO ef
us who participated In th organisation
of th company but four remain -tar
brother Wllllsm, Mr. Flagler, Colonel
Paine and myself. My I Myl" he ex
claimed with a reminiscent ami!, "that
seems but yestarday. W had trying
times. 'It was hard work and I recall
the months that I lay abed thinking and
planning. It wa not an easy task tbat
we had, but they - wer all noble fel
lows, hard workers, and I frequently
think that I have not given Just public
recosnltlon ef the abilities of mv a-
noc lutes who fought with me through
those trying times. They are all gone
"Tpu talk about reorganisation; It has
been going on all ths time. Their pieces
have been taken by their sons and their
grandsons. . The substitutions have
gone on gradually. I recall that In the
early daye I used to ank myself 'the
same question you ar asking tn bow
shout the railroads.
'Mr conscience, I would say to my.
self, whnt tnrrlflo undertakings. What
wonderful men, 'Who will take their
places who will ' carry 6a ' th 'work
started! Theirs was , a
mighty taak. '-. :- -
"What I hav said about th Stand
ard," continued Mr. Rockefeller, n
think applies equally to all trusts. BO
cailed. They hav com to stay."
- ITesent law Adequate. .
Do you think that th present law
governing trust ar adequate to oorreot
these evIlsT" ' ,
"I eannot see that any additional law
ar needed. Experience from time to
tlm may suggest improvement. But
such law aa w hav. I believe should
be enforced. No one can complain of
that, least of all th Standard Oil com
As I wB ' leaving Forest (Trove, he
stood propped against his bloycle at the
nd of the golf gam and with deep
earnestness, said: J
"I wlah J could mak yon thea
thing a I do. I believe that you do
half see just a th world la beginning
t0 a.e that what I aay I tru. Th
Industrial corporation or combination
ts a thing that haa com to stay. Let
ua all realise that. Then let th cor
poration be ao managed that It will com
pel the support of the peopl and th
problem will be solved." , ....
, Getting Bid of the Trace " :
A, L. Brlanger of th new IIO.OOMOJ
International theatre combination said
In few York the other dayi .
"Th peopl ar coming back to town,
and th mueement huelnees. thank for
tune, will soon be flourishing again."
He laughed. . . . "
"Many a husbsnd, too,- he wnt en,
"will hav to draw tn hi sells a little.
I heard a atory on this h yesterday.
"A ragged old men got out of a
ramahackl wsgon, rang th bell of a
certain house and aald:
" 'Any old bottles to BellT
"'No,1 Bid the woman who answered
the bell: but It will r you to ring
st ths next. house hut on end ask for
Mr oussl.- HI wlf return from At
lantlo City timorrow.' "
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